To celebrate the sisterhood of female athletes pushing boundaries, breaking barriers, and creating community, Nike is encouraging us all to dream crazier. Be prepared to be inspired after watching this video, narrated by Serena Williams, featuring gymnast Simone Biles, fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, snowboarder Chloe Kim, members of the US women’s national soccer team, and many more of your favorite athletes.
Two decades after Hae Min Lee’s murder, the Baltimore high school student’s horrific plight continues to dominate the true crime landscape. After featuring on the first season of Sarah Koenig’s grimly addictive podcast Serial, it’s now forming the basis for a new documentary series, The Case Against Adnan Syed.
The four-part HBO series will pick up where everyone’s 2014 obsession left off with the trailer promising to reveal ‘a new chapter’ which you can watch RIGHT NOW!
Get ready to add another fashion movie to your Netflix queue. The streaming platform’s new, original docu-series, titled “7 Days Out,” will debut on Dec. 21, and its premiere episode is all about Chanel. The film, directed by Andrew Rossi of the Met Gala-focused film “The First Monday In May,” follows Karl Lagerfeld and his atelier for an entire week as they prepare for Chanel’s Spring 2018 Haute Couture show. If you’ve always wanted a behind-the-scenes look on all the craziness that goes into prepping for a fashion show, this is a MUST WATCH.
M.I.A. has dropped the first official trailer for her long-awaited documentary MATANGI / MAYA / M.I.A.. Directed by Stephen Loveridge and scored by Paul Hicks and Dhani Harrison, the intimate look at the British-Sri Lankan musician’s life and career first premiered at Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Click through to watch the official trailer.
‘Fashion is fleeting, but style is timeless,’ — this is the gospel according to André Leon Talley, the operatic style icon and fashion industry trailblazer. Kate Novack’s intimate portrait, “The Gospel According to André” takes viewers on an emotional journey from André’s roots growing up in the segregated Jim Crow South to become one of the most influential tastemakers and fashion curators of our times. Watch the trailer now.
‘Her Sound Her Story’ is a captivating, comprehensive documentary that showcases over 40 women from across five decades of Australian music, celebrating their achievements and impact on the industry. More pressingly, it also addresses how the inequities of the industry have impacted them. Click through for more details as well as info on how you can catch a screening of the documentary in your city.